Financial Movers Podcast #31
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What’s on the agenda:
Overview of market
FOMO, been talking about it since episode #24 (7/8/20), look at the sale the market offered us today on big tech, specifically two big companies
Intel, AMD, NVDA
I made a BIG mistake. LEARN FROM ME
- Leading the market: Info Tech, Consumer Disc, Communication services
-Now, financials are coming on, health care is on fire, and energy looks like it could be getting near bottom.
2. FOMO: Market went on sale today: It pays to be patient. If something seems overvalued, it probably is
AAPL fell from ATH/Monthly high of $399.82 (07/13/20) to $356.58 (-10.8%), closing at $370.46
Last time it was at this price was June 30th, erased this entire months of gains
Earnings next Thursday, July 30
MSFT very similar
Month/ATH (07/9/20) $216.38 fell to $197.51(-8.7%), closed at $201.30
Already reported earnings Wed, no surprises/gambling
3. Semiconductors: Intel, Nvidia, AMD (extensive list in episode #22)
INTC had worst day since march sell off, one of worst days in 20 years
After reporting 20% y/oy growth from Q2 2019
Intel is delaying its 7-nanometer line of chips by at least six months because of a defect mode
May have to outsource to another company’s chip
Nanometers (nm), refers to the size of the transistors that go on a computer chip, smaller transistors are faster and more efficient in using power.
AMD, NVDA already have and are competitors
Sure, their newest chip is delayed, but does that really warrant the fourth worst stock sell-off for the company in 20 years? In 2019 they had 6x the revenue of Nvidia (NVDA) and 11x that of AMD